The Colby College Football team took a Colby tradition to the next level…for a good cause!

While a Powder Puff game between Junior and Senior females has been a tradition at Colby, the football team expanded the event to include Freshman and Sophomore teams, and sold t-shirts for game-day to the players and coaches, in order to raise money for the MaineGeneral Hospital’s Harold Alfond Cancer Research Center. With much planning by Colby football players Pat Harper ’13, Danny Maddox ’14, and Zach Padula ’15, no longer will this tradition be just a battle on the gridiron between grade years, but now it will also be a fight against cancer.

The Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) commends Harper, Maddox, Padula, and the rest of the football team for putting this together. It was an awesome community event that was fun for players and fans alike, and it was a fundraising success!


Nurses from MaineGeneral Hospital with Pat Harper ’13, Danny Maddox ’14, Zach Padula ’15, and Head Football coach Jonathan Micheales.

Maddox, Padula, Harper, Coach Micheales, and Assistant Coach Garcia present the 2012 Powder Puff championship plaque to Senior team coach/Football player Brian Mellett ’12.

The Class of 2012 celebrating their championship win…back to back champs ’11 and ’12.


Football player and Sophomore Powder Puff coach Jeff Lamson ’14 talking a bit of strategy before the games.

The Junior team getting fired up for the championship game against the Senior class.



Sophomore team huddle.


Fans line up along the fence to watch the championship game.